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Christophe Lemaire, the current womenswear designer for Hermès, took a traditional approach with the brand's Spring/Summer 2014 Ready to Wear collection. Instead of the futuristic design that has been seen in most collections for next season, he was meticulous in his choice of style and went for good, classic, tailored pieces and nature colored palettes. There was also a pop of color with tropical floral prints, inspired by the engaging jungle landscapes of Post-Impressionist painter Henri Rousseau.
Hermès, a brand that started as a small harness workshop in Paris to serve European noblemen and became famous for good workmanship in leather bags has clearly succeeded in creating the whole effortless look of what a Hermès woman should be. She's adventurous, curious, loves to travel and leads a quality life at her own pace. Isn't that an ideal standard for any woman?